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Campus Unrest / Harvard #203035

CBS Evening News for Friday, Apr 11, 1969
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(Studio) Harvard President Nathan Pusey says called police to throw out students from Admin. Building because financial files broken into.
REPORTER: Harry Reasoner

(Cambridge, Massachusetts) Moderate students separate from SDS. Moderates protest police brutality in evicting Students for a Democratic Society from building Students for a Democratic Society lead picket in 1st day of 3-day strike. Issue is abolishing Reserve Officers' Training Corps. [Dean Chase PETERSON - asks how you counter force?] Harvard to strip Reserve Officers' Training Corps of academic standing, but wants military units on campus. No escalation of violence on either side.
REPORTER: David Culhane

Reporter(s):
Culhane, David;
Reasoner, Harry
Duration:
00:03:50

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